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This course provides an understanding of physics, with particular emphasis on modern technological applications. The use of computerised tools and lab instruments make up a large part of the skills training included.
Students specialise in either semiconductors, optoelectronics (using light, such as lasers and optic fibres), computing and instrumentation, or computational physics.
Careers or Further Progression...
Career opportunities in a wide range of computer industries as
research and development (especially in the areas of semiconductor technology, telecommunications and optoelectronics)
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Jason works as a Computer Programmer for Intel. He went to DCU (Dublin City University) to complete a BSc in Applied Physics, from where he went to immediate employment with Intel. Since then he has completed a Masters in Applied computing at DIT. Both courses have prepared him very well for his current position.
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FETAC Major Awards Linked to this course:
Distinctions in 5 modules including 4 from the following modules: